LandscapeHub's 2023 Trend Predictions
As we jump into 2023, we are here to share some of the landscaping trends to incorporate into your upcoming projects. ↓
A living wall works great as a privacy border and is also ideal for those who live in an urban area and want a good spot for landscape biodiversity but are limited to a small space. Not only are the easy on the eyes, but they also act as a natural air filter.
With homeowners enjoying their yards more than ever, cutting gardens will continue to be a trend for residential landscapes. Homeowners can create their own bouquets and indoor flower arrangements with flowers from their own gardens.
Considering the changing climate, choose plants that are local to the client's region. Incorporate native plants that are heat and drought-tolerant. Mediterranean garden styles are a great start for inspiration!
House plants have been trending for the past few years and now those plant lovers are taking the house plant trend into their own backyards. While flowers are usually what many think of for landscapes, foliage can make just as much of an impact.